This post is a transcription by member Linda J. Collins from “THE SPY THE ANNUAL” of Galion High School, Published by the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seven. Pages 129 – 138 This yearbook is located at the Ohio Genealogical Society Library, Bellville, Ohio. Please note that the transcription has maintained errors of spelling and other inconsistencies in the original pages.
Class of 1899
Myrtle Kincaid was a clerk in a department store, then bookkeeper in a newspaper office; and at present is studying voice culture at Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Charles Heiser was employed as clerk at the Globe Clothing House, Galion, for some time, but was employed by the Erie R. R. as store house clerk at the time of his death.
Ora Lonius was saleslady in F. Stouts book store, then was employed by the Yochem Dry Goods Co., and at present is employed by the Wistermen Dry Goods Co., Galion.
George Rhone was employed in the Wheel Factory, then by the Erie R. R. as train man, and at present is located at Kern City, California, as a conductor on the Southern Pacific.
Carl Knoble attended O.W.U. at Delaware for one year, then went to Starling Medical College at Columbus, graduated, and is now practicing medicine at Sandusky, Ohio.
Edna Unkrich was office clerk for the Wheel Co. at Terre Haute, Indiana, until her marriage to Dr. Carl Knoble, and now resided in Sandusky, Ohio.
Josiah Jepson was clerk in Seemans Drug store, then in Farquhars Drug store at Bucyrus. At present he is the proprietor of a drug store at Cleveland, Ohio.
Fred Lersch was employed by the Cash Register Co., at Dayton, taught school in a suburb of Cincinnati, and at present is in business for himself in Galion.
Lottie Guinther taught school at New Winchester, Ohio, until the time of her marriage to Lee Heinle and now resides at Bucyrus, O.
Josie Merrick traveled for some time, and is now making her home in Galion.
Agnes Kelley taught in the schools at Mansfield until the time of her marriage to Harry Vaughn, and now resides at Ingram, Pa.
Charles Schmidt was a clerk in Reisingers Drug store, and at present is employed in Farquhar’s drug store at Bucyrus.
George James was reporter for a newspaper in New York city, then was employed in the Freight depot at Marion, then as bookkeeper at Columbus, and at present is tonnage clerk for the Erie R. R. at Galion.
Nettie Helfrich was employed in Dr. Helfrich’s office, then in a newspaper office, and at present is employed as saleslady in Shaad’s Shoe Store, Galion.
Mannie Herskowitz clerked in his father’s store in Galion, and is now in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in partnership with his father in the dry goods business.
Laura Crissinger was employed as typesetter in a newspaper office and at present is at home in Galion.
Adelia Dice made her home with her aunt until her marriage to Mr. McKeown. She now resides in Buffalo, N.Y.
Irene Harmon kept house for her father until the time of her marriage to Mr. Hull and now resides in Galion.
Clarence Rybolt is employed as a school teacher at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Milo Hart is an agent at St. Louis, Missouri.
Arthur Block clerked in his father’s store, entered O.S.U., for two years, clerked in a drug store in Mansfield and at present is employed as a drug clerk in Columbus, Ohio.
John Wiggs graduated from O.W.U., then taught school and then became a teacher at a Business College at Chicago, Ill. At present, he is an instructor in a Military Academy at Upper Alton, Ill.
Dan Hassinger attended an art school in Chicago. He was then employed by an art firm at Dayton, Ohio, and is now connected with a New York art firm